Me Made May is well-known within “DIY circles of trust” and has been increasing its popularity year by year. Last year I have participated without too big of an input: I was still very new to the sewing world and although I wore “me made” clothing for the whole month of May, I did … Continue reading Me Made May’15 with a side of “feeling good”!
This month turned out to be super inspiring and excited in terms of interaction with people with similar interests! I get incredibly surprised when over an internet space there happens to be someone who think alike and enjoys same thing that you do, unfortunately, in this case I need to agree – internet does … Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: Spook Cave! Yet another postcard!
You are smart, you are kind, you are important… Dear Manifesto, my only wish, requirement and just a friendly advice is: stop being so critical, judgmental, strict and demanding. Drop the deadlines, drop those bullet points. Just enjoy, just live, just love. Isn’t that all we need? That’s right. Now, if you will excuse me … Continue reading A graceful life to live! Dear Manifesto…
For Weekly Writing challenge at WordPress: Honey vs Vinegar “You can get much farther with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone” – Al Capone Not too long ago I paid my visit to the Mob museum here, in Las Vegas. I should describe it as an interesting … Continue reading World needs more good deeds. Get up and make a difference!
For WordPress weekly challenge, theme – RELIC. As per definition of Google, “relic” is an object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical or sentimental interest. This week I would love to present you something I did not think will make its way back to me. I received this object this morning. Still … Continue reading Weekly photo challenge: (wedding) relic
We all have our little obsessions, we are humans after all. It is considered perfectly normal to collect, to put aside, to treasure something long forgotten, useless or even broken. Why? Just a human nature, I guess. I love to travel, like a lot of you do. Millions of people around the world spend millions on … Continue reading My journey leftovers
This week I got to experience something new – I was a host for my first guest author – Kay, and now I am a guest author myself! It is exciting, huge learning process of what other people find as a source of their motivation and how do they put words together creating amazing … Continue reading Writer’s hardship and being a guest author
What carries you away and makes you step on a path of creativity, adventure and motivation? What is that spark, splash or maybe a dash of inspiration that keeps you going? Me and Kay from “Suddenly they all died” decided to embark on a journey of exploration to answer the question that always … Continue reading INSPIRATION? Tell me more…
You are absolutely right: Venice has nothing to do with jazz; it states so, because my time in Venice was very inspirational, adventurous and bubbled up by a glass of good Italian wine. Looking back to this city: sun up or down, any season, decades and centuries passing this remarkable place is still in the … Continue reading I was here: Venice and All That Jazz
For this week’s Wednesday Write-in at Cake. Short and Sweet Prompts: jungle :: matchbox :: sparrow :: hog :: mull How predictable is it to think that right after high school world will knee in front of you? Well, I should say, fairly predictable. Driven by the anxiety of unknown and pushed by … Continue reading Short story. How I got my first job and lost my best friend.